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Post by Admin on Sat Sep 22, 2018 5:51 pm

26-Sep Isaiah 57-58, Rev. 19-20, Psalms 141-145, Proverbs 26

Today, we remember that the book of kings, Proverbs, clearly identifies the difference between a king, a righteous person, a fool and a lazy person. You know, there are only two types of people in the earth, and they each carry two distinct sets of qualities.

The king is righteous, hard working, loving, caring, compassionate, faithful, loyal, principled, etc.
The fool is lazy, arrogant, stupid, deaf, dumb, blind, stingy, etc.

Because you have been born into the kingdom of God, you are a king. His nature is flowing through you. His gifts, qualities and very DNA are inside of you and ready to come out. Now come the process of dismantling the old person that you were (before Christ) and (realizing or making real) the new person that's inside of you, the DNA of God's eternal kingdom. Proverbs will help dismantle the old life and build and make alive - the new life.

Proverbs 26:13-16 (GW) 13 A lazy person says, “There's a ferocious lion out on the road! There's a lion loose in the streets!” 14 {As} a door turns on its hinges, so the lazy person turns on his bed. 15 A lazy person puts his fork in his food. He wears himself out as he brings it back to his mouth. 16 A lazy person thinks he is wiser than seven people who give a sensible answer.

Laziness is one of the virtues of the man of sin, the adamic nature, the first born and the fool. I used to be lazy just like this Proverb. But after Christ changed me, He took away laziness and put passion in me to work hard towards the focused goal and inheritance. He does the same for all who pursue him. Compass Guide will help you out of the old and into the new on a daily basis. It will accelerate your total life make over!

The lazy man says he sees trouble (a lion) but he is all talk and no action. What does a king do? He takes action of some kind. He might protect his family, lock up the house, and pull out the weapons of wrath that he previously acquired in preparation for this day of trouble. But the lazy guy just shouts out, "There's a lion in the streets!".

The lazy man turns over and over in his bed. Bed is a happy place for him. As an alcoholic craves another drink, and as a drug addict craves another hit, so a lazy person craves another few hours in bed to sleep his life away rather than responsibly get up and manage his waking hours with productivity.

A lazy person has created such a lifestyle of laziness that he has no spiritual, mental, physical, educational muscles built up. Even when he eats it wears him out. Raising his fork to his mouth is all he can bear. Now that's lazy!

Laziness is deceptive. Though the lazy suffer, they will honestly convince themselves that they are wiser than all the others who are telling people to fight laziness and get to work. He believes that he is smarter than those accomplishing their goals. As a side note, this is usually where the spirit of socialism/communism enters into a person. Those false ideologies take root in lazy fools who want others to work for them rather than take the responsibility to personally manage and multiply the garden that God has given them.

Escaping laziness is a process for all of us. Today, consider one area of your life that you are lazy in. Use the principles of kings to destroy it. Filter out that laziness from your goals and objectives, and identify how your laziness will stop or hinder your progress. Target your laziness as an enemy of your future. Focus on solid daily measures that you can take to dismantle and destroy your enemy which is threatening your inheritance and objectives. Write your area of laziness down and put it on your refrigerator, a sticky note on your computer, or a sharpie marker on your arm if you have to. Take aggressive action against this laziness and watch your goals and objectives manifest in front of your eyes!

It's absolutely true. JUST DO IT! king king king

Tomorrow's Reading:
27-Sep Isaiah 59-60, Rev. 21-22, Psalms 146-150, Proverbs 27

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